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The Slavery of Christmas Spending
Those people on whom you are spending money might actually be relieved to have you say, “Let’s stop the insanity.” That might be the best gift you could give — caring enough to set them free. Continue reading
Posted in Daily Christianity, The Christian and Culture Tagged Christmas presents, debt, Giving, Martin Lewis, responsibility 8 Comments
Rightly Dividing and Perspicuity — Responsibility and Possibility
■To say it is impossible to understand His Word would be to say that God’s Word will not accomplish that which He pleased.
■To say God’s Word will not accomplish that which He pleased is to say Isaiah 55:11 is not true.
■To say Isaiah 55:11 is not true is to say that God is either dumber than you or less honest than you.
■To make either of those claims is to show just how rebellious and foolish you are. Continue reading
Posted in Bibliology Tagged illumination, interpretation, meaning, perspicuity, possibility, responsibility, Scripture 2 Comments
Of Roundabouts and Bridges
The Wrong Way Roundabout Harry turned up for our very first Sunday when Free Baptist Church was born. Harry was one of the nicest people you would ever meet, a committed believer who is now with the Lord. He knew … Continue reading
Posted in Ambassadors for Christ Tagged ambassadors, Bay bridge, earthquake, Hell, responsibility, roundabout, sin, warnings, wrong way 2 Comments
A Proverb for Today — Proverbs 3:27-28 (Part Two)
“Withhold not good from them to whom it is due, when it is in the power of thine hand to do it. Say not unto thy neighbour, Go, and come again, and to morrow I will give; when thou hast it by … Continue reading
Posted in A Proverb for Today Tagged charity, debt, duty, Proverbs, responsibility 3 Comments